Tell Em How You Feel


What do you tell your students about anger? What does your behavior tell them about anger?

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Because children who express their anger openly are often disruptive or destructive, we tend to focus our energy on changing their behavior. Sometimes we identify these young people as having problems with anger. All to often children who remain reticent or withdrawn are perceived as handling their anger well because they do not disturb anyone, but they need help, too. Anger that is not expressed grows over time and becomes rage.